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The outfield glove or mitt, as they are commonly known, is a key piece of equipment for any baseball player. Depending on your hand size, age, and field position, the outfield glove and mitt come in a wide range of sizes, colors, and shapes. Our selection of outfield gloves in baseball is second to none, and we are proud to offer the latest and greatest from top brands like Rawlings Pro, Wilson, and Easton.

Outfield baseball gloves by Rawlings

Rawlings has been making baseball gloves since 1887, and they are strong and resilient. Many professional teams choose Rawlings equipment for their top players since they are among the best in the business. Furthermore, as of 2013, Rawlings was the brand of glove that MLB players preferred the most, with the bestselling Rawlings Pro model.

Outfield baseball gloves by Wilson

Wilson was established in 1913 in Chicago, Illinois, and quickly became a household name in the sports world. Their baseball outfit and equipment are particularly well-known. Wilson Baseball Gloves are renowned for being dependable, having great patterns and designs, sturdy, and long-lasting.

Outfield baseball gloves by Easton

Easton is still around and continues to offer durable, dependable, and robust baseball equipment, including the best baseball gloves on the market. Easton is now a part of the Rawlings company. Baseball gloves made by Easton are the best, whether they are used by amateur or professional players.

Whether you need adult or youth gloves, we have both from these leading baseball manufacturers. Before purchasing a glove, be sure it is the greatest fit for you. Some brands make gloves expressly for different roles in baseball.


What to know About Outfield Gloves?

Outfield gloves are a lot deeper and also a lot longer than infield mites and gloves. The fact they are made this way gives the outfield players some extra reach and means they can catch balls out of the air. Depending on your style of play, you can go for the more open webbing to release the ball out of the glove and get it thrown away quicker or you can opt for the tighter-stitched more closed webbing for a more assured catch.

What are the materials to consider when shopping for an outfield glove or an outfield mitt?

Our gloves are made with quality leather and reinforced lacing for enhanced protection and proper fitting. The gloves have a moisture-wicking ventilation system and finger stall for added comfort and breathability. The reinforced heel and adjustable backstrap provide added support and a customizable fit. Our gloves are designed to provide a professional fit, with a grip technology that enhances performance and control.

Synthetic Leather Gloves

Easy to close with less “break-in” time so you are good to play asap.

Cowhide and Leather mix gloves

With minimal break-in time, this is a good material for teenage players as it is heavier and firmer without being too heavy and firm.

H4: High-end Steerhide gloves

Tougher to break in but a fantastic option if you play a lot in a season as it will last.

Kip leather gloves

A lighter option to cowhide leather gloves.

Full Grain Leather gloves

A heavy and stiff glove that will require more break-in time.


What are the features to consider when shopping for an outfield glove and outfield mitt?

We understand that a player's needs vary, which is why we offer customizable options for our gloves. You can choose from different webbing support, padding designs, and customizable options to ensure the perfect fit for your hand. Our gloves also undergo strict quality control to ensure that you get the best product possible.


Do you want to release the ball and throw quickly or is the assured catch more important in your position?

Palm Protection

Depending on your position you may want additional padding if you are receiving constant fast or hard balls.

Heel Protection

Extra padding to save the bottom of your hand from hard or fastballs.


How stiff do you want your glove?

Glove Hinge

This allows for easier access to your glove.

Wrist Adjustments

This is not usually on gloves but is a great feature to add for getting a perfect fit every time you wear your glove.


How to measure an outfield baseball glove?

A few simple instruments are all that are needed to measure an outfield baseball glove. The steps are as follows:

  • From the tip of the index finger to the back of the glove's heel, measure the length of the glove. In most cases, this measurement is given in inches.
  • The widest portion of the glove, which is typically the base of the thumb, is where you should measure the width of the glove.
  • Wrap a measuring tape around the glove's widest area, which is typically the base of the thumb, to determine its circumference. Additionally, this measurement is frequently made in inches.
  • Be sure to account for the player's hand size. The glove should snugly fit the player's hand, allowing room for their fingers to move freely.

It is advised to test the glove on to ensure that it is cosy, fits well, and allows for easy finger mobility.

You should always check the manufacturer's sizing chart before making a purchase because size can vary depending on the brand and model of the glove.

It's also crucial to remember that outfielder baseball gloves typically measure between 12" and 14" in length, longer than an 10-inch infield glove to create a deeper pocket.

At Baseball360, we are dedicated to offering our customers the best products and support possible. You're sure to discover the ideal glove for your requirements among our large range of outfield baseball gloves and softball mitts from leading manufacturers. Discover the impact of high-quality design and performance-boosting features on the field by perusing our assortment right now.

What size glove should I get?

Your age and position will all play a role in determining what size outfield baseball glove you require. Here are some common rules to follow when choosing the appropriate size:

  • Youth players: Baseball outfield gloves for young players normally measure between 9 and 12 inches in length and are meant for youngsters under the age of 12.
  • Intermediate players: These gloves are made for athletes between the ages of 12 and 16 and normally measure between 11.5" and 13".
  • Adult players: Adult gloves are made for athletes over the age of 16 and normally measure 12 to 14 inches in length.
  • Position and age: Outfielders typically wear gloves that are longer than infielders. This is due to the fact that outfielders must cover more ground and have more reach in order to snag pop-flies and catch balls sent into the gaps.

You should always check the manufacturer's sizing chart before making a purchase because size can vary depending on the brand and model of the glove.

Additionally, it is advised to try the glove on to ensure that it is cosy, fits well, and allows for easy finger mobility.


How to break-in an outfield glove?

A baseball glove needs to be broken in before it can be used in games. This process can take some time and effort. The following advice will help you break in a baseball glove:

  • Apply a leather conditioner or oil: Apply a leather conditioner or oil before you begin breaking in your glove to help soften the leather and make it more malleable. Work a little bit into the leather evenly with your fingers.
  • Use a baseball: Using a baseball is the most common method for breaking in a baseball glove. Start by using the glove to repeatedly catch the baseball while forming and flexing the pocket. You can accomplish this by catching the ball and pressing the glove and ball together to create the pocket.
  • Use a mallet or rolling pin: You can also gently pound the glove where you want it to be more flexible with a mallet or rolling pin.
  • Use a mallet made specifically for gloves: Pound the pocket and other sections of the glove. These mallets have a rubber end and are made to fit inside gloves.
  • Use a steamer designed for gloves: Steaming your glove can also be a good way to shape and soften the leather.
  • Wear it: Putting on a baseball glove is another technique to break it in. Wear it while doing other things around the house or by putting it on your hand. This will enable the glove to better fit your hand and become more comfortable.
  • Play catch with your new glove: This will help it mold to your hand and to soften the leather, which will make it more malleable.

It's crucial to remember that breaking in a baseball glove can take some time and effort, but the reward is a glove that is well-formed, comfortable, and ready for use in games. To find the technique that works best for you and your glove, you can test a variety of techniques or a mix of techniques.


How durable are outfield baseball gloves?

If you take good care of their gloves, they can last a very long period. Professional athletes can typically wear the same glove for four seasons or longer. When catching a ball hurts your hand and you feel like there is no longer any protection, it's time to get a new baseball glove. Place the glove in a dry, shaded area while not in use to protect it from the sun's rays.


How to clean an outfield baseball glove?

We strongly recommend you to get our glove oil. The leather will remain tough and lovely and smooth as a result.

  1. Spray some oil onto the glove and use a cloth to spread it evenly throughout the surface.
  2. Remove any dust and grime that may have accumulated over time with a soft brush.
  3. Use leather soap or even shaving cream to clean with a moist cloth.
  4. Remove any remaining soap from the cravasses and let it dry.

We advise against completely soaking your baseball glove in water since this could degrade the leather. You can put your glove in the sun to dry it properly if it is completely submerged in water.


What price should I pay for an outfield baseball glove?

An outfield baseball glove can cost anything between $20 and several hundred dollars. The price of an outfield baseball glove is influenced by the brand, kind of glove, and quality of the materials.

For instance, a high-end baseball glove designed for professional players and made of pricey leather and high-quality materials can be significantly more expensive than a glove made of synthetic materials that is more reasonably priced and meant for leisure use. Baseball gloves on clearance and closeout are also available for less money.

In general, before buying a baseball glove, especially if it offers customization capabilities, you should first ask yourself about your needs, the comfort level, the level of play you'll be using the glove for, and set a budget.

The price of a baseball glove with excellent webbing, fancy color, full-grain leather patterns, thick padding, a lovely oval shape, and a durable form, among other important aspects, can also be lowered by waiting for a sale. Waiting for a sale is typically a wise move, whether you're looking for a lightweight alternative or an all-purpose baseball glove with the finest level of comfort.

In addition to outfield baseball gloves, we also offer softball mitts that are designed with the same quality craftsmanship and materials. Our softball catchers mitt features reinforced lacing, snug fit, and shock absorption for impact protection. The gloves also include a traction control and cushioned palm for added comfort and impact resistance. Don't miss out on our great and affordable prices for our infield glove, first base glove (or 1st base mitts), catcher's glove, baseball batting gloves, baseball training gloves selection.